A new approach to atom probe tomography promises more precise and accurate measurements vital to semiconductors used in computers, lasers, detectors, and more.
Scientists can now measure 3-D structures of tiny particles with properties that hold promise for advanced sensors and diagnostics.
Particle flow patterns suggest even small-scale collisions create drops of early universe quark-gluon plasma.
Scientists uncover a way to control terahertz radiation using tiny engineered particles in a magnetic field, potentially opening the doors for better medical and environmental sensors.
Laboratory automation applied to complex radiochemical isolation of astatine-211 from cyclotron-bombarded targets.
Comparing new prediction to measurements of muons’ precession could potentially help scientists discover new subatomic particles.
Collaborative, open-source software and data platform accelerates systems biology research.
The element’s unusual electron structure and behavior are vital to understanding and exploiting the chemical bonding and reactivity of the heavy elements.
Research offers new insights for maximizing sugar production in biofuel crops.
Model predicts smaller decrease in total corn yields than previous estimates.
Crests of watery waves breaking in oil may be the gatekeepers to transport vital chemicals in industrial separation process.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $8 million in funding for 12 research awards on a range of topics in both basic and use-inspired research in particle accelerator science and technology.
Charged particles emanating from Jupiter’s magnetosphere are powered up to create the northern and southern lights on Ganymede, Jupiter’s largest moon.
The American Midwest’s Great Prairie is one of the country’s most important ecological systems and its soil microbes are essential to the carbon cycle. The Great Prairie Metagenome Grand Challenge is sequencing the genes of microbial communities to better understand their ecological role.
In magnetic confinement fusion devices known as tokamaks, the maximum operational density limits the efficiency and now we know how this limit may be overcome.
First demonstration of high-pressure metastability mapping with ultrafast X-ray diffraction shows objects aren’t as large as previously thought.
Using genetic engineering, scientists improve biomass growth and conversion in woody and grassy feedstocks.
Novel observations suggest a great potential of measuring global gross primary production via solar-induced fluorescence.
Multiple plausible hypotheses in how maximum photosynthetic rates scale across the Earth lead to substantial variability in predicting carbon uptake.
Flexible, tunable technique warms plants without need for electricity, aiding ecosystem research in remote locales.